UK2860C
UK2860C
UK2860C
UK2860C
UK2860C
UK2860C
UK2860C
UK2860C

Zebrawood concert ukulele

£35.88 inc. VAT

  • Fitted with Aquila strings
  • Zebrawood body with unique patterning in satin finish
  • Diecast geared machine head tuners
  • OctoWave headstock
  • Flat back
  • Cream coloured binding, lazer etched soundhole rosette
The Zebrawood series from Octopus Ukulele is an eye-catching addition to the range, building on the huge popularity of the UK210C series beginner instruments. Ukulele players are always on the hunt for something new and unusual for their collection, while still being able to rely on brand confidence.

The UK2860 Zebrawood series is supplied in a satin finish, showcasing the unique natural patterning of the wood used throughout the instrument. The instrument has a lazer etched soundhole rosette and classic look cream binding. As with other step-up instruments from the Octopus range, the hardware consists of a classical guitar style bridge and diecast chrome geared machine heads. The distinctive OctoWave headstock shape lets you know from a mile away that this is a genuine Octopus instrument!

As always, we at Octopus Ukulele use Aquila Supernylgut strings – the benchmark in quality throughout the ukulele community.

Zebrawood series ukuleles are supplied with a simple black Octopus branded canvas gig bag. The bag has a side handle and single adjustable shoulder strap for carrying options.
 
  • Superior manufacturing
    and a quality finish

    All of our models feature quality components and specially selected materials to ensure long life and consistent tone.
  • Aquila Nylgut strings
    as standard

    Each ukulele comes fitted with Aqiula Nylgut strings as standard, the best in the world for intonation and tone
  • Durable and ready
    for anything

    You simply won’t find a better ukulele for beginners, and advanced players will also be pleasantly surprised at their quality.

What people are saying about our ukuleles

“I’d definitely recommend it to ukulele newcomers on a budget and I think it would make a very rugged uke for younger children” Ukulele Go!
“I really don't know how they do it for the price... in the contest of the Dolphin vs the Octopus... well, the Octopus wins!” Got A Ukulele